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Transatlantic graduates tackle Scotland’s net zero goals

Brady, Alexa and Kaia have gone from studying at SRUC to working in the organisation.   Three American graduates have collectively put more than 10,000 miles between themselves and their hometowns to…

  • SRUC
  • 26/11/2021
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Food and farming experts assemble to discuss climate change

Food, biodiversity and farming experts from SRUC are to give their views on how the country can tackle climate change.…

  • SRUC
  • 09/11/2021
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Hannah Rudman on Finance for Nature conference at COP26

It has been an incredibly busy couple of weeks for me and SRUC colleagues who are attending COP26. …

  • SRUC
  • 09/11/2021
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Hannah Rudman on Finance for Nature conference at COP26 (1)

It has been an incredibly busy couple of weeks for me and SRUC colleagues who are attending COP26. …

  • SRUC
  • 09/11/2021
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Positioning peatlands at heart of climate change debate

Researchers from SRUC have been offered a unique opportunity to position peatlands as a nature-based solution to climate change at the COP26.…

  • SRUC
  • 26/10/2021
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Climate solutions from peatlands to parasites

As world leaders arrive in Glasgow for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), scientific experts have created a virtual tour showcasing research to tackle Scotland’s climate crisis.…

  • SRUC
  • 21/10/2021
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Tackling the challenge of growing food sustainably

Growing food fairly and sustainably is one of the greatest challenges of our time and sits at the heart of what we do at SRUC, so the chance for us to partner in the largest ‘grow your own’ project ever undertaken in Scotland feels like a once in a lifetime opportunity.…

  • SRUC
  • 21/10/2021
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Anything grows with new Dandelion project

SRUC is part of an innovative initiative which will see people in Scotland growing, sharing and celebrating food, music and ideas with their communities.…

  • SRUC
  • 21/10/2021
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Latest Rural Policy Centre podcast focuses on COP26

The latest episode of SRUC’s Rural Policy Podcast is now available, focusing on the challenges facing the upcoming Conference of the Parties (COP26).…

  • SRUC
  • 05/10/2021
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Climate measures must not damage farm diversity

The Scottish Parliament’s Rural Affairs, Islands & Natural Environment Committee invited Davy McCracken to suggest what they should focus their scrutiny on during this Parliamentary Session.…

  • SRUC
  • 04/10/2021
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SRUC and COP26

COP26 comes at a “pivotal moment” for the world but also represents a “huge opportunity” for change, according to the Principal of SRUC. …

  • SRUC
  • 17/09/2021
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A new vision for land use in Scotland: six conversations

The Scottish Ecological Design Association (SEDA) is a network of around 350 members which aims to share knowledge, skills and experience of ecological design, encourage sustainable thinking and promote environmentally proactive behaviour.…

  • SRUC
  • 23/08/2021
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